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this morning in a fire in el sobrante. the injury happened at a home with a fire in the attic. all residents got out safely. >>> traffic and weather on your wednesday coming up right after the break. ,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the usual commute toward the pay gate backed up through the maze, 20 minutes while they turn the metering lights on. elsewhere, westbound 237 a little stop and go. you can see it from this live traffic camera in milpitas. looks like that to sanger road. that's your "timesaver traffic." for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> what a gorgeous sunrise today. and a beautiful day ahead as high pressure holding strong now, a few high clouds drifting overhead making the skies prettier this morning. temperatures in the 30s in some of the valleys so chilly, 40s and 50s elsewhere but by the afternoon get a load of this, 60s even some low 70s at the coastline. mid-70s in some of the warmest valleys. enjoy it. this will be the nicest one, cooler tomorrow, maybe rain on friday. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ,, ,,
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's talk about that meeting that's taking place. el egyptian people back the palestinian side. what do you suppose hillary clinton is saying to president mor hamas leaders who are based outside of gaza, and if there's a deal, egypt's stature, a muslim brother-led stature will be enhanced. presumingly it will generate some economic assistance coming into egypt. they have severe economic problems right now. so i think they want to see a deal. i know hillary clinton would like to emerge from this meeting with president morsy asp announce there's been an agreement. i don't know if this is going to happen, but we did see some unscheduled shuttle diplomacy by the assistant secretary of state, then this morning went to ramallah to meet with the palestinian president, mahmoud abbas. then she came back to jerusalem to meet for a second time with netanyahu before flying to cairo for the meetings there, including leaders of the arab league. we'll see what she can achieve. i wouldn't rule out the possibility she's engaging a bit of shuttle diplomacy. she comes from cairo rik batting here to jerusalem
with the one and only el rushbo, rush limbaugh. >> conservatism, in my humble opinion, did not lose last night. it's just very difficult to beat santa claus. it's practically impossible to beat santa claus. people are not going to vote against st. louis, especially if the a tern tiff is being your own santa claus -- alternative is being your own santa claus. country of children where the option is santa claus or work, what wins? >> eric: you know, rush puts it in a way a lot of people can understand. >> greg: but you can't beat santa claus. you take his clothes. that is how you expose santa claus. conservatives need to expand their tent, which but generally for the left that means channeling your inner julia. it's a way toward bankruptcy. mausoleum for dead culture. i am talking about expanding that you are ideas. two people that believe this is the way to go. dependency is the way to go. i say take santa's clothes, ez exposing the dependency as corrupt. i don't believe that people that voted for obama don't belief in achieving. i don't believe they don't believe in excellence. they need -- yo
$600 million for a mexican drug cartel. he is a former board member for the el paso symphony orchestra. what do we know about this del gado person? >> as you said, he was very active in his community, donated money, also started his own scholarship fund for the advancement of latino students who want to major in public policy and administration. and now, you know, we hear that there is another side. we hear he is a really nice guy. but perhaps the allegations are that he has laundered $600 million for a drug cartel. >> well, his lawyer, obviously, says he is innocent. he says he is innocent. he will have to spend 20 years -- what? >> well, the max is 60 years, they will take into account, has he had a prior history. >> well, the question is, will he pay the money back? >> well, this was not a restitution where he stole money, he laundered, it was not as if he was out there stealing legitimate money from a businessman, he is accused of taking the money from a drug cartel, who got it through illicit businesses, and sort of clean it, hence, the term laundering money. >>> and charges behin
was 65 degrees. 25 years ago, there was the big veterans day snowstorm here in washington. mild el there. 68-73. mild temperatures stay with us. winds will continue out of the south. monday intoate tuesday. showers and maybe 0.5 inches of rain. look for temperatures to drop down into the lower-50's. >> thanks for watching. we hope you
. we hava well-known developer, a key obama fundraiser joining us. i tol don possible els he shoule obama team. good to have you back. neil: race turned out like you said. >> it did, president got reelectioned . >> despite your concern about attacking the rich, which you judged him. that not wit notwithstanding. >> absolutely, i always said this president was running for chief executive officer of the nation, commander in chief. not chief financial officer. neil: now before we get to california, they are taxing puddles next. do you think this obama administration is open to a deal on taxes? or come hell or high water, he is going to argue, look i've been reelected i said one of my principle points is that taxes should go back up on rich. >> i think that president is one of the smartest peopll i met, he is -- >> really. >> he is a very start man, he is reelected again. he has done a good job in many areas. i think on taxes there will be compromise. neil: like what? >> i think how much. neil: a million not 250. >> it will be higher, and focus on carry interest, which would be a big wi
and el salvador. guatemala's president calls it the largest quake to hit his country in more than 35 years. at least one person is dead and several others trapped when part of a shopping center collapses. that tops our news around the world in 80 seconds. guana, authorities say the top floor of the five story department store came crashing down in the capital city. amateur video shows a large crowd gathering around a pile of debris. rescuers pulled out several victims. the nation's president cancelled campaigning for the day to visit the site and donated it a disaster zone. chile. dozens of fishermen battled police in the capital city of santiago a limit over fishing. the fishermen claim it could cripple their business. they set up road blocks on threw stones. the cops fired back with water canons. gaza. police say expert hunters helped capture a crocodile that had been on the loose ever since it broke out of a zoo nearly two years ago. villagers say they spotted the thing in a sewage pool a few weeks ago and claim it ate some of their livestock. china, 2012 international industry fa
responsible for helping to get angus king ele elected. the race is on to line up political allies before negotiations start tuesday. the president met with the labor community today. he holds that first press conference since his re-election and will meet with congressional leaders at the end of the week, all of this because the one takeaway from the failed 2011 fiscal talks was the need to have an outside game. joining me now patti murray and a member of last year's super committee, the group that tried to reach a deal to avoid sequestrati sequestration. i apologize to come to you late wanting to get senator elect king's official announcement there that he's joining your caucus. >> that's great. >> i assume you would have been surprised if he had come to any other conclusion? >> well, i had a chance to talk with him last night. i think he's going to be a great member of our kau can cuss, a good, strong voice on issues that i care about deeply and we welcome him. >> let's talk about what you would like to hear from the president today when it comes to the fiscal cliff. i've talked to a l
texas made up descendents of people who left the south after the civil war. they're now known as el confederatos. it would be great if they headed that way, too. >> i want to leave one last question to james peterson. what number would you get scared? 106,000 out of texas. what would scare you? where are you on this, on secession. you say 100,000 is nothing. go ahead. >> listen, the city of austin is trying to secede from the state of texas, right? >> that's the good move. >> there's people in all of these states we're talking about. no number that will scare me because either they ultimately secede or come to their senses and understand we're greater as a union. >> they're going nowhere. enjoy your turkey. nobody's going anywhere. >> the chairman ruled against secession. we know -- no secession. thank you for coming in. thank you, professor. james peterson. coming up, the right wing conspiracy machine gains speed. read all about it. president obama, catch this, this gets worse tonight, stole the election. wait until you hear that argument. the "sideshow" where that belongs is next
. the quake was felt in neighboring mexico and el salvador, there was even a tsunami alert off the coast of el salvador. as for the victims, in one case an swire family was -- an entire family was killed. a couple and their six young children crushed from rocks and earth from a hill that slid into their home. aftershocks continue to rattle nerves there. the cleanup and the mourning is now underway. jon: yeah. that's a country that's not prepared to deal with that kind of thing. they just don't have the infrastructure. rick folbaum, thanks. jenna: the clock is ticking to stop the economy from going over that fiscal cliff we've been talking so much about. that cliff of massive tax hikes and across-the-board spending cuts. it's just one of the many economic challenges facing this country right now. this comes at a time that we're watching the markets as well. the dow dropping more than 300 points yesterday, it was the biggest drop of the year for the markets. there's a look realtime today. you see not quite as bad. the markets trading lower, still below 13,000 which is a critical level that a lot
say anything you like. >> steve: maybe it will be el twinkie, el wonder bread, south of the border. >> sold $68 million worth of twinkies so far in 2012. so the brand has value. >> brian: true story of the twinkie coming up on the fox business channel. >> on my show. >> alisyn: thank you. these guys were just fishing when this happened. >> holy (bleep) look at that! >> alisyn: what they saw was no fish. it was a tragedy. we'll show you. >> brian: then we introduce to you this nine-year-old girl last week. now she's taking on the pros. down goes faulk. ♪ where just one touch creates the perfect cup. where every cappuccino and latte is made with fresh milk. ♪ and where clothing is optional. nespresso. what else? >> hi. >> you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> announcer: we all love a good deal during the holidays, especially identity thieves. they can open an account in your name and go on a serious spending spree. >> do you have cufflinks? >> mm-m. >> gold ones? >> announcer: not on our watch. we're lifelock, with the most comprehens
. that's dead even. independents are dead even. it is one of these whose mott el is right. more seniors vote than young people the romney team wins. the romney message is up beat. the obama message is kind of negative. don't let these bad guys come in office again. >>> with regard to these polls they weren't all in lock step rather in 2008. in an election like this even if it is this tight, ed, you are doing polling out there say you are off by one or two points. as a pollster you might say hey we came close to nailing it. but not this time. if the polls are off by a point or two it could be, i don't want to use the word land slide but it could be a dominating victory for one side or the other. >> this whole election is decided by less than a million votes. obviously in these 6 or 7 states none of them are for sure. they could tip either way which could make one side or the other winning a land slide or a big margin at this point in time. the president could not do as well as he did four years ago. smiens is when united half of them saying they don't want you any more you are in trouble
. and the president yesterday made clear that mike el morrell, who has been the assistant deputy director will take over the acting director position. he's been at that agency for more than 30 years. he's a career intelligence professional. he has been on top of the benghazi investigation leading the agency's efforts on that from day one, from the very dpinidpi beginning. he is going to be in the hot seat answering the questions from the congressional oversight committee on thursday. but i think in terms of worrying about whether general petraeus' admission and his resignation are going to affect the actual work of the cia, i wouldn't worry so much about that. people will be very focused on the answers he gives about what the cia knew and what it told the white house about benghazi. >> certainly. and this all happened with a tip, right? the fbi began investigating this after a tip. how has the fbi, would you say, been handling this? >> you know, they do what they do, which is try not to say too much officially about any possible investigations. now, i will tell you that cnn -- a source told cnn tha
are see eling classified info, the very fact that he's been compromised is the threat itself. >> right. none of us have access to what was actually in the e-mails. but, so we don't -- >> doesn't matter. >> what we have to do is trust the fbi judgment at the this point until we have other information that contradicts it that there was no national security implication regarding this affair. now, to take jay's argument, i think, to its logical conclusion, the argument would be that anytime anybody has access to national security information, top secret information, be that person is engaged in an extramarital affair as such they could potentially be blackmailed, then it is the fbi's duty to inform congress and the executive agency. that would mean that anytime a member of congress is involved in an extramarital affair, that all the congressional committees should be notified -- >> no. >> because that's -- megyn: no, i want to jump in because -- hold on, hold on. >> top secret information as well. >> not what i said. megyn: i want to focus right now on the attorney general because we do un
, for the party to push off and move back and embrace a different kind of vision that could have more ele ele electoral success than romney's. i think jindal's pushback is a good example of how the party might use that latest gaffe to kind of move beyond mitt romney. >> if you could play the rubio quote, because that's how not to do it. very interesting. this is somebody who's not getting it. >> he's being very careful. i'll read rubio's quote. then i'm going to play haley barbour. this is senator marco rubio of florida who is careful in his wording. he tells "politico," i don't want to rebut him point by point. i would just say to you, i don't believe that we have millions and millions of people in this country that don't want to work. okay. and then former mississippi governor haley barbour suggested the whole republican party -- >> did haley measure his words? >> he thought about it long and hard and then just went there. take a look. >> we've got to give our political organizational activity, you know, a very serious proctology exam. i think that's the only -- we need to look everywhere i
decisions above the law and free he from judicial review until the parliament is ele surprising. and the president called president morsi to thank him for effort and reaffirm the close partnership between the united states and egypt. last night the state department issued a statement expressing reservations about what he's doing and made clear in their view the actions he's taking conflict with the idea that fueled the arab spring a year ago. the state department says one of the aspirations of the revolution was to ensure that power would not be overly concentrated in the hands of any one person or institution, and the current constitutional vacuum in egypt can only be resolved by a constitution that includes checks and balances and respects fundamental freedoms and rule of law consistent with egypt's international commitments. and el baradei is more blunt and twitter, morsi usurped all parents and' pointed himself egypt's new garo, a major blow that could have dire consequences. only a little more than five months since morsi became egypt's first democratically elected presiden
some kind of tax increase for the wealthiest americans? >> well, there's a couple of el elements at play. one thing is that none of this will be determined public, right? if the president and john boehner were able to get that room and hammer out a deal and just sign it maybe they can get something done. each has a lot of factions to get done. john boehner is in an interesting position given some members of his republican caucus have lost their seats and they're looking at a lame duck. so some of the things you're hearing from capitol hill now are figure out a quick fix, a patch for the end of the year, and then really sit down at the table and try to negotiate on those numbers. that $250,000 number, that's exactly the point. that could definitely slide. and that's an area where you think the white house is probably a little bit more willing to negotiate. >> what do you think ultimately this is going to come down to, perry? is it going to be who's going to blink first? >> yes. it will come down to who's going to blink first. i don't think the president is going to blink on his in
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analyst at kaiser's commission on medicaid and the uninsured. el dorado, kansas, on our line for independents. caller: i was born disabled. i have worked all my life. kansas is starting a kan-care, they're trying to enroll people in it. i saw on your map did not have anything set up yet. without going on these programs -- i do not trust them, i have in home services were hired a person through medicaid to come in and do chores and stuff -- i would like to keep the person i have. i have had other people who came in who would steal from me and take things. i have that night support. i wonder if all of that will change, or if i can stay on the medicaid plan. guest: you will be able to remain on the medicaid program and maintain the same providers that are assisting you now. this is an important point. when it comes to getting coverage to the exchange's, people have to not have access to other coverage. if you're currently eligible for medicaid or medicare, you would not be eligible to come into the exchange and receive subsidies to help purchase coverage. in addition, if you hav
. 52 for a high in denver, sunshine. 84 in phoenix. 64 further toward the south in el paso with more sun. we had a break in the rainfall yesterday in seattle. today that rain has returned. high temperature at 50. california looking beautiful. 81 for a high today in l.a we have those showers already associated with a front across interior portions of the northeast, down through parts of arkansas. this activity is very light. i don't think we'll see any weather-related delays associated with this front. behind it, we see snowfall already coming down across northern parts of the state of wisconsin and portions of the upper great lakes. out west, very quiet and rain across seattle. we have some winter storm warnings in effect across portions of northern wisconsin and also the upper great lakes we're expecting more significant snowfall accumulations. tomorrow, much colder. 34 the high in cleveland. 43 will be a high in new york city. >> we've got a cold front blowing right through the studio. we've got jackets and scarves. decent shopping weather and shoppers across the country out in ful
to see. el "early start" continues right now. >>> will they break the pledge? some republicans now seem open to the idea of raising taxes in the face of the fiscal cliff. >>> mystery in a west bank mausoleum. scientists taking a new look at yasser arafat's remains to see if he was poisoned. >>> and mightier than the sword, indeed. a poison pen found on a failed north korean assassin. cnn with an exclusive look. >>> good morning, and welcome to "early start" i'm deborah feyerick in for john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. 6:00 a.m. in the east here. first, congress back in session and already bickering. america heads down the fiscal cliff in exactly five weeks. take a look at the time line, triggering painful spending cuts and tax hikes. several leading republicans signaling that they're willing to break their new tax hike pledge to get a spending deal passed in time. but when the lame duck senate returned yesterday, it sure sounded like politics as usual. >> the senate has spoken. president obama has spoken. he's promised he will not sign any bill that mortgages our future to pay f
. for a lot of people who follow politics, the fifth biggest county is el paso county, home to colorado springs. that is typically viewed as a republican stronghold. it is, but is also a big vote a bank for democrats. increasingly we have seen the ski areas that have started to trended democrat. the southwest corner of the state are two other ski resort communities that tented a democrat. host: a lot of focus on early voting in this contest. does colorado have it? what is it looking like? guest: we do, we have mailed ballots and early voting. we have already had more people vote overseas this year than all of 2008. like i said, we had 800,000 ballots returned. the republicans had a 20,000 ballot advantage. nobody knows how the unaffiliated voters are breaking. about 2 million people voted early are absentee and enter the 2008 election. that is expected to grow to 2.5 million this election cycle. keep in mind colorado has 2.8 million active voters, more when you look at inactive voters. about three-quarters of the vote should be conducted in colorado, maybe a little more prior to novembe
, it is a wonderful analytic tool. host: on the democratic line, jim from el paso, texas. caller: i think there is a demographic, and i represented. i do not think the republicans even thought about it -- represent it. my wife is hispanic. i am anglo. my children are half and half. i am a democrat. my wife is hispanic, and hispanics voted largely democratic. if you add those numbers up, i think the gop is in more trouble than they think. guest: that is an interesting point and part of what i was alluding to in the beginning. cultural factors have alienated the republicans from a certain block of voters. voters who are more comfortable with the increasing diversity of the country, and those were less comfortable with that. it does not mean they are racist. it is a question of what people feel comfortable with. how they adjust to change. the republicans have gotten themselves in a position where the are reliant on those voters who are less comfortable with the changing nature of the country. over time, that is a shrinking group. the percentage of voters who are comfortable with the change i
in both directions. what happened in the state legislatures? you can see some big wave ele ctions like in 2010. the early members saw a move in the democratic direction -- numbers saw a move in the democratic direction. if you look at the blue states, there was some movement in the but thereirection was also some moves in the republican direction. republicans picked up legislature in arkansas, west virginia, alaska. both parts of the country pushing in different directions. i think the election is also something of a deepening of polarization. 1993 or 1992, there were 19 democrats who helped republican seats. that number has been declining and declining. there were also some republicans who used to hold seats for democrats for president. before this election, we were down to nine democrats and two republicans who met that definition them tha. in a way, the realignment continues. republicans are sitting in republican seats even though the numbers did not change dramatically in the house. there is a lot of talk about demographics and i am sure we are going to hear that on the panel. i th
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